ANZAC Day Projections

In a moving commemoration for ANZAC Day 2015, marking the 100th year since the Gallipoli landing, our creative team was engaged by the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet to create and produce a series of poignant projections. In the lead up to ANZAC Day, images from World War I illuminated the eastern face of the Harbour Bridge pylons, accompanied by 62 000 ‘falling’ poppies each representing an Australian life lost in the War. During the ANZAC Dawn Service at Martin Place cenotaph, AGB projected a specially designed ANZAC wreath onto the façade of Challis House alongside images of diggers. These projections illuminated the darkness of the Dawn Service, attended by 30 000 people.
Dates | 2015
Duration | 7 Days
Attendance | 30,000 Martin Place Dawn Service; 100,000 Harbour Bridge pylons 
Audience | A free public commemoration
AGB Events role | AGB designed and produced projections on behalf of Department of Premier and Cabinet


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